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Elizabeth G. Creamer

In: The SAGE Handbook for Research in Education: Engaging Ideas and Enriching Inquiry

Chapter 29: Experimenting With Voice and Reflexivity in Social Science Texts

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Experimenting With Voice and Reflexivity in Social Science Texts
Experimenting with voice and reflexivity in social science texts

Imagine this. A huge canvas hangs before you, a multilevel panorama depicting all manner of human, superhuman, and animal life. It carries the signature of one painter, but it was produced by dozens of hands that history has overlooked. Some of those faces, now nameless, are captured in the frieze, as is who claims to be its primary architect. How did all of these people interface to produce this masterpiece? What cultural conventions make it acceptable to assume that their contributions are merely technical when, in fact, the allegory depicted unfolded in increments over the course of years of unrecorded false starts and conversations? These are the questions ...

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